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AboutSurvey Results 2005

Regifting and Holiday Credit Card Use Survey Results

  • More than half (54%) of surveyed consumers do not find regifting rude
  • Nearly 4 in 10 (37%) people have practiced regifting
  • Women are more likely to regift than men (41% vs. 33%)
  • Women 35-54 years old are most likely to regift
  • Regifting is more practiced among those who are college educated
  • Nearly 3 in 10 people have not yet regifted, but are considering it
  • A third (33%) of consumers have neither regifted nor considered it
  • More than half (53%) of surveyed regifters state that they regift because they know the recipients will like the item given
  • One third (33%) of regifters do so to save money

The MMI Regifting and Holiday Credit Card Use Survey was conducted in November 2005 by Knowledge-Based Marketing. There were a total of 1,117 respondents. Results were weighted by demographics so they are representative of the US population as a whole.

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